Film reporter Betsy Pickle gets the brush off from friend of the earth, Al Gore:
Gore spoke passionately for several minutes about his favorite subject, the climate crisis, and how the film "Mountaintop Removal," about how coal mining is destroying an Appalachian community, ties into that problem. After he gave director Michael O'Connell the award and stood around for the press to take pictures, Gore headed into the VIP tent, where he posed for more photos and chatted with all and sundry. I thought, "Here's my chance to do my second Web film," so I introduced myself and asked Gore if he could give me an Earth Day message for our Web readers. "I'm not doing any interviews today," he replied. Just a simple comment about Earth Day? "I'm not doing any interviews today," he repeated stonily.
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